That gigantic rocket-powered turtle returns from outer space to do good, while wiping out half of Japan in the process. With a friend like Gamera, who needs enemies? Topics: movie trailers, monsters, Japanese monsters, creature features
Once again guys in rubber monster suits trample miniature Japanese cities. Where will it all end? (A.K.A. "Monster From a Prehistoric Planet") Topics: movie trailers, monsters, Japanese monsters, creature features
Six years ago NASA discovered the possibility of alien life within our solar system. A probe was launched to collect samples, but crashed upon re-entry over Central America. Soon after new life forms began to appear there and half of Mexico was quarantined as an INFECTED ZONE. Today, the American and Mexican military still struggle to contain "the creatures"... Our story begins when a US journalist agrees to escort a shaken tourist through the infected zone in Mexico to the safety of... Topics: horror, alien, gareth edwards, vertigo films, monsters, scoot mcnairy, whitney able
This is the original widescreen theatrical release trailer, which is significantly sharper than the TV release trailers elsewhere at IA. The widescreen version of the complete film is available in the Feature Film Collection. Topics: movie trailers, teen exploitation, monsters, creature features
The complete film (English-dubbed version) is available here at IA in the Feature Films Collection. The original Japanese version is also available. Topics: movie trailers, monsters, creature features, Gamera
Low budget sea monster flick with dialog like this: "It could absorb a man, or a woman." As for the monster...er, don't expect much. Roger Corman's first feature film production. Topics: movie trailers, sci fi, monsters, Anne Kimbell
British entry in the creature feature race. Good cast and screenplay, but it's taken down a peg by a small FX budget. The DVD has the worst and most ill-informed commentary track you're likely to hear. Topics: movie trailers, horror, '50s London, monsters, creature features
The gigantic lepidoptera and the huge fire-spitting dinosaur duke it out, with the fate of Japan hanging in the balance once again. A graphicly violent scene and a plot that has to do with business corruption make it less kid-frendly than most other Taho monster mashes. a.k.a."Mosura tai Gojira" (JP), "Godzilla vs the Thing" (US DVD), "Godzilla vs Mothra" (US) Topics: movie trailers, sci fi, Japanese monsters, Akira Takarada, Yuriko Hoshi, Hiroshi Koizumi, Emi Ito,...
This is a much sharper print. Ed Wood's notorious horror flick, and Bela Lugosi's penultimate film, if you don't count his "Plan 9" footage. Topics: movie trailers, horror, monsters, Bela Lugosi, Tor Johnson, Ed Wood
Nick Adams joins our Japanese friends to fight off nasty aliens and nasty guys in rubber monster suits. (a.k.a. "Godzilla vs. Monster Zero" & "Monster Zero") Topics: movie trailers, sci fi, monsters, creature features, Japanese monsters, Nick Adams
A Roger Corman post-apocalypse quickie with a good cast and a hokey monster suit. I've seen worse. Remade in 1967 as "In the Year 2889," which is worse and available here at IA. a.k.a. "Day the World Ended" (DVD) Topics: movie trailers, sci fi, nuclear holocaust, monsters, Richard Denning, Lori Nelson, Adele Jergens,...
An infamous film from the infamous writer-director-actor, Vic Savage (a.k.a. A J Nelson). If you think this trailer is bad, wait until you see the complete movie which is now available in the Feature Films Collection. a.k.a. "The Crawling Monster" Topics: movie trailers, sci fi, horror, alien invasions, alien monsters, high heels & miniskirts, Vic...
This print is much sharper than the existing IA copy. More thrilling than a snail race! Less poignant than a goldfish floating bottom-up. If you're into sci fi movie cheese they don't come much cheesier or sillier than "The Slime People." If you get a perverse kick out atrocious acting, you'll fall in love with its cast. It's so bad it's astonishing, and a must-see for us bad movie addicts. TRIVIA: The two drunks in the theater scene also were the producer and associate producer. The... Topics: movie trailers, sci fi, horror, monsters, Robert Hutton, Les Tremayne, Robert Burton, Susan Hart